Kuchiki Rukia-san would love your feedback! Got a few minutes to write a review?
Write a Review


By Kuchiki Rukia-san



Story: Unforgotten

Summary: As his body grew stiff in her arms, she knew his soul would soon be gone. Shifting her fingers, she slowly bent forward, her soft lips meeting his. 'Gin...In the end, you left me with nothing. You probably knew whatever it was, it would most likely only hold me back...That's what I loved about you...'

Disclaimer: I don't own Bleach.

Her tears fell, blurring her vision of him, as she stared down in disbelief. Her heart skipped a beat, and her breath caught in her throat. All she could think was, 'Don't die.'

"You can't die..." she whispered, placing her hand on the side of his face. "You can't...die..."

She trailed of into silence, and after a long moment, she looked away in the midst of choked sobs.

"...Rangiku," she jumped at the voice, meeting his gaze. Gin gave a sad smile. "you're the same as ever... You're still crying... In the end, I couldn't change that..."

She swallowed. "You haven't changed either. You've always acted on your own, and you never let others in. That's how you are..."

He studied her face one last time before closing his eyes. 'Still... I know you'll be fine... For that I'm glad...'

As his body grew stiff in her arms, she knew his soul would soon be gone. Shifting her fingers, she slowly bent forward, her soft lips meeting his. 'Gin...In the end, you left me with nothing. You probably knew whatever it was, it would only hold me back...'

She gave a small smile, as his soul dispersed. 'That's what I loved about you...'

Maybe he hadn't left anything for her to hang on to, but it was because of that that she would be able to move on and get stronger. Indeed, that was what he'd wanted for her...

A/N: What do you think? Sorry if it's slightly out of character. Review anyway.

Write a Review Did you enjoy my story? Please let me know what you think by leaving a review! Thanks, Kuchiki Rukia-san
Continue Reading
Further Recommendations

vane 3071: This book taught me so much and I even began to think, no wait know, it's important that people of all ages learn more about it. I may only be 14 but all we've always been told is that there the "special kids" that they have "issues", basically that they weren't normal. If we were to associate wi...

Avell Kro: I've only just started reading this, but I can see that this writer really knows her stuff. Her theme is painful and traumatic, and her sense of place is deep and strong. Being originally from Yorkshire myself the story resonates with me personally, but this is good writing. I look forward to com...

littlebite22: This made me think. About the world around me, about what I think of others. We rarely get to see or hear what others think, and this is such a great example of not judging a book by its cover. Also very well written.

Vidânia Macossa: continue Forward.I hope you get a publication. Congratulations on your book.

杨玲: I loved the Story... :')

Katy Blair: This is definitely a must read!!! I am not saying anymore, because I do not want to give away anything related to the story. Just read and find out how truly amazing this story is!!!

David Ramati: An unusual story, well worth reading. Good conversations, excellent prose, and keeps my interest, maybe because I was there, back in the day. You won't be able to pt this book down.

William Elliott Kern: Hey Lauren, enjoyed reading your book. Your story content and plot blend beautifully, with a few exceptions. think about describing your Characters, their surroundings, the location surroundings and such. But don't fret.........your work is really great and a few changes are normal. Keep writ...

Deidre L. Swain: I understood where the story was going but the writing skills were lacking a lot. There are some places that had no flow. The plot was good which is what kept me reading the whole story. I think the author shows promise. They just need to tighten up on their skills to really get it going

More Recommendations

sujitha nair: What's so distinct about this story was that it could easily be real.Praveena can be your classmate, neighbor or that girl you saw at the coffee shop today. The important decisions she makes and the dilemmas she faces, remind us of our own twisted lives.

Patrick Johns: The Prince was an exciting read. I enjoyed the spoiled bratty protagonist and his drastic change through out the story. The world building was well though out and clear. The author did a great job painting a picture for the reader without having a map. I liked the connection to real life leaders....

{{ contest.story_page_sticky_bar_text }} Be the first to recommend this story.

About Us:

Inkitt is the world’s first reader-powered book publisher, offering an online community for talented authors and book lovers. Write captivating stories, read enchanting novels, and we’ll publish the books you love the most based on crowd wisdom.